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KY Ruling Could Be Key In Dutrow Saga

Published: June 9, 2011 2:15 pm ET

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According to a report, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission made a ruling on Wednesday, June 8 which could have an impact on future out-of-state training licenses of controversial thoroughbred conditioner Rick Dutrow.

An article on courier-journal.com explains that the KHRC yesterday denied a motion from Dutrow to retroactively have his state training license request from earlier this year officially withdrawn. The KHRC had denied Dutrow's application two months ago.

The report explains that the rules of licensing reciprocity within the North American horse racing industry could see Dutrow deemed ineligible for training licenses in other jurisdictions based on his status in Kentucky.

Dutrow last week completed a hearing with the New York State Racing and Wagering Board which is pondering the future of the trainer's license to train runners in the state of New York.

(With files from courier-journal.com)

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